Détails du Produit
978-0-7798-3654-3
Supplemented book
$358 per supplement (1-3 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
Approximately 620 pages
1 volume looseleaf
3-Ring Binder
2011-09-23
Carswell

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Vulnerable Persons - Protection and Remedies in Canada
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Description

This reference focuses on the legal remedies available to, and the protection of, persons in vulnerable circumstances and conditions, in the common law provinces across Canada.

 

Organized primarily by type of vulnerability, this work focuses on each of the following four types: (1) youths who fall outside the scope of child protection laws and adults who suffered childhood abuse; (2) spouses; (3) the elderly; and (4) medical patients and persons with disabilities. For each type, this service shifts from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, setting out the governing legislation followed by an exhaustive summary of relevant case law and explanatory commentary. This excellent research tool juxtaposes the law of a particular province with those of others, and provides insight that assists in legislative interpretation and in argument preparation. This work also provides convenient navigation tools, including tables of contents and cases, and a detailed topical index.

 

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À propos de l'auteur
Lynn M. Kirwin has worked as a sole practitioner, exclusively in the area of family law. She was employed as in-house counsel at Catholic Children's Aid Society from 1990 to 2008. Ms. Kirwin is a co-author of Child Protection: Practice and Procedure and Child Protection Law in Canada.

Toni Nieuwhof is a licensed lawyer and pharmacist in Ontario, and held leadership positions within the health care industry for many years. She is a past member of the Discipline Committee of the College of Pharmacists of Ontario. Since 2013, Toni has been practicing family law with Galbraith Family Law in Barrie, Ontario.

Andrew Cox is a lawyer with the Ministry of the Attorney General, Crown Law Office Civil.  He has experience working with vulnerable persons through his current practice, and also through working as a family lawyer and completing his articles with the Public Guardian and Trustee.

Livia Jozsa is a lawyer with Galbraith Family Law.